Hans' stuff about comics
fluks at pcssdc.pttnwb.nl
Tue Feb 21 14:08:40 CET 1995
> My interest in Disney comics is mainly nostalgic: In Denmark,
> all healthy children are chewing Disney comics
> [...] after school we were
> playing games like "comic-book sliding"
Have you ever _read_ a Disney comic? 8-)
> I have no interest whatsoever
> in 99% of the synthetic and mass-produced juvenile junk that
> has been printed since political correctness destroyed
Again, but now I'm serious: have you ever _read_ the "juvenile
junk" that is produced nowadays? I have the impression that
you stopped reading them when the VERY bad comics from Gold Key,
Whitman and the Overseas (S-coded) stories were reprinted in
Denmark. But that was in the 60s and early 70s. And so much
_good_ things happened after that. Certainly more than 1 per
cent of the stories!
About the very first advertisement (1929) for the MM daily strip:
> I never heard of this ad before
It was reprinted in the (Gladstone) book "Mickey Mouse in Color"
> [...] Barks' "Frozen
> Gold", as this was _his_ first succesful longer story
You mean you don't like "The Mummy's Ring", or you think it wasn't
successful? Why not?
(The [still] Dutch Disney comics freak.)
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